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Summertime is finally upon us here in the Crescent City. The temperatures are steadily rising into the 90’s and there isn’t a better way to enjoy a Louisiana summer breeze than cruising the swamps and bayous on our high speed airboats. New Orleans Swamp Tours BlogCome down to Lafitte, LA and explore while we educate you, your family and friends about this unique habitat that is also teaming with wildlife such as bald eagles, nutria, hawks, herons, deer, rabbits, ducks, etc. Alligators will be soaking up the sunlight by sun bathing along  the banks. All of mother nature’s beauty will be on display as aquatic vegetation, wild flowers and draped moss from cypress and tupelo gum trees will make for an epic backdrop during your tour.

Your two hour tour will start on-time and your USCG Licensed captain will whisk you through the meandering bayous rich with folklore of a time gone by. Contact New Orleans Swamp Tours today or Book Your Airboat Tour Online by clicking on BOOK NOW. New Orleans Swamp Tours LLC offers shuttle transportation services to/from the New Orleans French Quarter and CBD hotels. Please just provide your hotel information when booking.

There is certainly plenty to do in Jean Lafitte, Louisiana and we invite your to spend an entire day visiting our historic fishing community. Fishing Charters and  Jean Lafitte National Park are also 2 other wonderful ways to beat the heat. Hiking is also can be done along the Wetland Trace. The Wetland Trace Hike on boardwalks over a 41-acre site through the moss covered cypress swamp. Trails include covered pavilions, benches and scenic overlooks. This is a great place for viewing wildlife – from herons to alligators and turtles – and marsh plant species, such as Louisiana iris, lilies and orchids.

 

 

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New Orleans is definitely a party city, but there are places you can go to escape the party perspective. Swamp tours give a unique insight into the wildlife and wonderful ecosystem that exists beyond the city. New Orleans Swamp Tours offers pickup and drop off to all hotels...
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June 2016 – New Orleans Swamp Tours Blog Post

The following events are planned in New Orleans in June and July JUNE 2016 CAJUN & ZYDECO FESTIVAL: JUNE 18-19, 2016 The legendary Buckwheat Zydeco will make a return appearance to the Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival at Louis Armstrong Park. Also performing will be the...
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New Orleans Summer Activities

New Orleans Summer Activities Activities for the Kids Summer is fast approaching and the kids will soon be out of school. Textbooks and homework will be traded out for Vacations and Sno-balls! Ah, the life of a school kid! New Orleans Summer Activities typically include water,...
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New Orleans Swamp Tours Blog Post April 8, 2016

New Orleans Swamp Tours Blog Post April 8, 2016 With bright blue skies, seasonably low humidity, and perfect 70 degree temperatures, French Quarter Fest got underway today. Organizers are expecting record crowds as hundreds of thousands are expected to flock into the downtown and...
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New Orleans Swamp Tours Blog Post 2-10-2016

New Orleans Swamp Tours Blog Post 2-10-2016 Whew!!! Mardi Gras is officially over as of this morning at midnight. Now all of the Catholics in New Orleans begin a special Lenten season beginning today with Ash Wednesday. Black crosses will mark the foreheads of many Christians on...
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